Sep 222015
 

Question: Will there be a move from El Dorado County to Sacramento County? Capitol Sources tell this blogger that realtors have been contacted related to rental properties in that area. The pay for a Sac County Supervisor is $130k a year + a ton of benefits. The district is N/E Sacramento County which overlaps the current AD06 District. It makes you wonder…

County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan: It’s Time To Give Someone Else A Turn.
SACRAMENTO – Today, County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan announced that she will not be seeking re-election to the Board of Supervisors in 2016 for the term starting January, 2017.  
“I have accomplished most of the goals I set when first elected in 2004,” said MacGlashan. “We helped put the county on stronger financial footing, restored the commitment to public safety, and weathered the deepest economic downturn of the century.  It has been a privilege and an honor serving the people of Sacramento County – one I will never forget.  But now it’s time to give another leader the chance to represent District 4 and tackle the new challenges facing Sacramento County.”
MacGlashan was first elected to the Board of Supervisors in 2004, and has been re-elected twice.  Prior to her election to the Board of Supervisors, she served two terms as Councilmember and Mayor of Citrus Heights.
She has won praise and awards from groups ranging from the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association,  Veterans’ groups, Deputy Sheriff’s Association, North State BIA, American Planning Association, Fair Oaks Chamber of Commerce, and Antelope High School Marching Band.
At this time, MacGlashan is not endorsing a candidate to replace her.
“I have not made a decision regarding what I will do next,” said MacGlashan.  “I’m convinced that we need common sense leaders to put our state and nation back on track, and I will consider those opportunities carefully.”
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I did not support MacGlashan when she first ran. Team Doolittle supported Bob Walters.
She proved to be a very stable conservative voice on the Sacramento Board and represented it well. She will be missed. Here’s hoping we get someone else to replace her that has real connections to the district, with similar talent and ability to govern.

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